What does laughing reveal? Famous folk explain, over Nicola Green's music.
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3/6 Sue Perkins presents another edition of the show that tackles the big moral problems.
6/6 A civil servant's dull existence is transformed when he overhears two dogs talking.
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Doddy sets out in search of normality and looks at the life and works of Shakespeare.
3/5 Satire meets silliness in the comedy for hard-working families up and down the country.
3/6 Woodhouse is confused by contradictory accounts.
Matt Edmondson sits in for Scott Mills with Charlie Sloth playing Real or No Real.
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Tom Wrigglesworth chats to Ed Byrne.
Tom takes an emotional journey exploring his profound relationship with his granddad. (R)
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